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Latrobe City Literary Festival: 'Why is the character like this?' workshop...

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Moe Library

1-29 George Street

Moe, Victoria 3825

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Alice Robinson shares the one question she believes every aspect of writing comes back to: “Why is the character like this?” In this workshop, she explores why this is the only question we need to ask and answer when we write fiction.



Alice Robinson

Alice Robinson's debut novel, Anchor Point, published by Affirm Press, was longlisted for the Indie Book Awards (debut fiction) and for The Stella Prize in 2016. She has a PhD in Creative Writing from Victoria University.



This workshop is part of the Latrobe City Literary Festival - a series of events to connect writers and readers across the region.

There are a number of workshops you can attend. Please note that you can either attend the Writing for Real workshop all day, or you can book for one or both of the free workshops that run concurrently.



To book for Scot Gardner's free young writers workshop 'Writing like a Wild Thing' on Friday 25 May at Moe Library from 4pm to 6pm click here.

To book for Demet Divaroren's workshop 'Writing for Real' on Saturday 26 May at Moe Library from 10am to 4pm click here. (This event is delivered to you through Writers Victoria's Regional Touring Program and tickets must be booked and paid for through Writers Victoria.)

To book for Reader's Emporium's free self-publishing workshop on Saturday 26 May at Moe Library from 2pm to 4pm click here.


To book for the author presentations on Sunday 27 May at the Traralgon Library click here.

For a full event listing click here.

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